International Accounting Standards Board chairman, Hans Hoogervorst, has said arguments to change the accounting standard are "flawed" as it should reflect the economic reality, no matter how ugly.
Speaking at a pensions conference in the Netherlands on 8 December, he strongly rejected calls to change the way defined benefit (DB) pension liabilities are measured under the IAS 19 standard in response...
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose to 1.6% in December on the back of falls in sterling following the Brexit vote, its highest level in two years.
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Punter Southall has promoted Guy Plater, Martin Hunter and Mark Poyner to principal after demand for its actuarial and investment consulting grew.
Zurich has completed a £300m longevity hedge swap with an undisclosed pension scheme of a small firm, marking its fifth such deal in 13 months.